Inpatient and Outpatient Care
Based on your findings, write a graduate-level comparative analysis of inpatient and outpatient services that clearly addresses the following:
- Identify and describe inpatient settings and outpatient settings. Explain the following examples for each setting: 1) Labor & Delivery vs. Obstetrics- Gynecology Clinic 2) Medical Surgical Unit vs. Radiology (x-rays, MRI)
- Classify the typical services provided and key personnel between inpatient settings and outpatient settings.
- Identify, describe, and evaluate “telehealth” a trend that is currently impacting inpatient and outpatient settings.
- Analyze the trends, and “thinking as a health care administrator” how do you capitalize on these trends to improve operation and bottom line performance? How can you mitigate the negative impact of the trends? (https://blog.definitivehc.com/infographic-8-healthcare-trends-for-2020-and-beyond)
Length: 4 pages, APA format, scholarly sources (2015-2020), use subheadings. Must use at least 2 sources below.
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